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601  Forum / Random Crap / From a Fringe Dweller on: January 08, 2010, 09:53:51 pm
So, I'll tell a story ... and you add onto it ...
602  Forum / General Discussions / ozzfest 2010 on: January 07, 2010, 08:42:10 pm
Yea! This is frustrating the hell out of me and a bunch of other fans.

They tickled us via Twitter & Facebook - posting the 2010 Ozzfest logo - then leave us HANGING!!!!!!!!!
603  Forum / Feedback / Site improvement on: January 07, 2010, 09:05:04 pm
Not sure how my profile got to saying "M, 20 years old" but it does say that. Why don't you have that editable? It says "edit this information below" or some such, which includes that - HOWEVER you can't change that.
604  Forum / Ozzy / Robbie the Reindeer (with Ozzy voice) on: January 07, 2010, 08:04:06 pm
I wanted to see it but don't have tele into the house right now. Long story, short one is it's related to my teen son & his bad grades from the constant distraction of the tube.

Shocked*

I was bummed cuz I wanted to see this, wonder if it was any good...
605  Forum / Ozzy / Robbie the Reindeer (with Ozzy voice) on: January 07, 2010, 08:02:48 pm
Did anyone see this? Or record it?
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There?HuhHuh?s no escaping it: Christmas is upon us. But the Pick of the Fortnight, while riddled with reindeer, has nothing to do with the festive season.

No. Robbie The Reindeer: Close Encounters Of The Herd Kind is an animated romp, starring a lovable, if simple-minded reindeer who?HuhHuh?s about to marry Donner.

But on Robbie?HuhHuh?s wedding day, Earth is threatened by a monstrous alien enemy. It falls to the bridegroom-to-be to save the planet, with a little help from his friends.

With the voices of Michael Palin. Keira Knightly and Ozzy Osbourne among others, this is fun at a frenetic pace, with throw-away lines everywhere.

Mark Knopfler composed the music.
ABC1 at 8pm on Friday, December 18.
606  Forum / Ozzy / New Album Name "Soul Sucka" Love/Hate?? on: January 07, 2010, 08:24:02 pm
Alot of bashing going on about it...but when, truthfully, is there NOT bashing about anything Ozzy by diehard Iommi/Dio fans online.

Ozzy is 61 years old...and has been entertaining the world since 1968 (42 years). 11 of his Sabbath era and 21 of his solo albums have gone either gold, single, double, triple or quadruple platinum.

I say if Ozzy wants the title of his album to be Soul Sucka, then the world should have more respect for him and his right as King of Hard Rock and Prince of Darkness to call his album what the hell ever he wants.

Honestly, I just don't get what the big problem is. I think it's kind of cool - it sounds like a vampirish kind of name to me, and it's got a deeper meaning then just a ::animatedsmile would.

I think people get way too opinionated and hostile towards the man personally. Damn.
607  Forum / Ozzy / New Album Name "Soul Sucka" Love/Hate?? on: January 07, 2010, 08:22:27 pm
What do you think about the name of his new CD? Do you like it? Hate it?
608  Forum / Ozzy / I Am Ozzy - Fan discussion of Ozzy's new book! on: January 07, 2010, 08:18:07 pm
(continued)

One thing he did share that surprised me is the perspective that many of the fans of Sabbath in the day were guys, or "two-bag" women. I was really shocked to hear that because in my day back in MA, we used to party in the park in big crowds of guys and girls...and there were tons of young, sexy, beautiful women rocking out and in love with him and the band and the new genre they brought to us.

I do know that at concerts there was alot of hysteria in the crowds, so for safety reasons we stood in the back. The waves of human emotion reacting to their songs literally threw you fifteen feet one direction and just as quickly fifteen in the other. I had to be up on the shoulders of the four guys I went with the whole concert because I was getting smashed big time. Concerts aren't like they are today, where everyone basically cares to be sure nobody gets hurt.

What he shares about drinking and drug-use, wow. Having grown up in the same days, I still feel the same opinions about the lack of reaction and strong action from his wife. Especially given behaviors around the children, and the thread of despair you can't help but hear in his spirit when he shares things. That was her job as his manager. Respectful of not beating a dead horse reiterating the same thing, I'll leave it at that.
I am grateful for his sake that he has found his way out of the maze. AMEN!

I was sad to hear about his grizzly bear. To whomever stole it? ::stare
609  Forum / Ozzy / I Am Ozzy - Fan discussion of Ozzy's new book! on: January 07, 2010, 07:45:00 pm
So, I got the book from the UK when it was released and read it in five days. I am a much faster reader than that, but this book and the experience of walking alongside Ozzy, and hearing his voice for a few brief moments? That I wanted to savor ... so I dragged it out on purpose.

The opening is pretty hilarious. When you get the book, you'll get what I mean. Very funny :-) What a great opening.
So much is so good in the book.

The biggest thing being Ozzy's sense of humor. It cracked me up over and over as he was sharing memories of this or that. He tells a story of a fire his dad starts in a setee when he was a teen, one that he thought he started...it's hilarous. I'm not gonna tell you the story 'cuz then it would ruin it when you get the book. I laughed so hard when I read it I was crying.

The next page over he tells a story of ONE LUCKY GIRL. OMG. I bet her spontaneity is something she has thought about lots over the years, that's for sure!

Ozz goes through the history of his life in 3-D, touching on this and that memory I recall as a fan about his life, and many, many that I hadn't a clue about, life in the day in general, and it's beautiful. It brings back so many memories!

One of the things I have wanted is to be able to walk beside the man, and have him share his life with me. In this book, it's basically what he does. He's honest, up front, and talks about everything. And his spirit shines out big time.

What happens as you're reading is feeling more love for the man...his heart, the humor, and the lack of airs about him. He's not vain, that is for damn sure.
610  Forum / Ozzy / I Am Ozzy - Fan discussion of Ozzy's new book! on: January 07, 2010, 07:42:31 pm
So share your observations of Ozzy's new book "I am Ozzy."
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Rock on Ozzy Osbourne...we love you! ::stare
611  Forum / Ozzy / book signings on: January 07, 2010, 08:12:40 pm
I have a signed copy from the UK signings - another fan who's a friend got me one Shocked). But, I do want to get one here, without having to fly to freaking N CA to get it.
612  Forum / Ozzy / 40+ Years of Madness on: January 07, 2010, 07:38:00 pm
Ozzy has been entertaining the world since 1968...42 years! Damn!

What are your favorite songs from his Black Sabbath era and from his solo one?

I'll start the thread...try to stay true to the topic, and list all the albums and your favs from them, k?

::finger * ::finger * ::finger * ::finger
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BLACK SABBATH: NIB or Behind the Wall of Sleep.
PARANOID: Hand of Doom is a great song too and far less played, as with Electric Funeral ... but Paranoid, Iron Man, & War Pigs are most well known.
MASTER OF REALITY: Children of the Grave with Embryo are it for me. Lord of this World does it more for me then Into the Void does.
VOLUME 4: prefer Supernaut. i've always loved Changes and Laguna Sunrise too...big time
SABBATH BLOODY SABBATH: have to admit the title song is something I love ALOT, and would really freak to hear again. Fluff is beautiful too. and what about Spiral Architect?
TECHNICAL ECSTASY: my pref is Rock and Roll Doctor
NEVER SAY DIE: agree with Scape NEVER SAY DIE, but Over to You is cool too. this is not my more fav Sabbath album, honestly.
BLIZZARD OF OZZ: I really like Goodbye to Romance :-) but $heez, what song on this album ISN'T good?
DIARY OF A MADMAN: wow. i love You Can't Kill Rock and Roll, Flying High Again, Believer, and Over the Mountain.
BARK AT THE MOON: Spiders in the Night is an awesome song...but so is Bark at the Moon, and Slow Down.
ULTIMATE SIN: Shot in the Dark is an awesome song. i just love watching Ozzy singing this song! can you say FU#KING $EXY AS HELL?Huh
NO REST FOR THE WICKED: Breakin' All the Rules, Fire in the Sky, Demon Alcohol, Hero, and The Liar
NO MORE TEARS: Hellraiser is BAD@ss, and so are Road to Nowhere, Time after Time, and Desire.
OZZMOSIS: agree with Venom & Scape, Ghost Behind My Eyes and Thunder Underground are both great songs...as is See You on the Other Side - damn, that song always makes me cry, it just connects with me big time!
DOWN TO EARTH: wow...damned excellent album...but i guess Running Out of Time, Junkie, Black Illusion, and Can You Hear Them
UNDER COVER: Rocky Mountain Way or In My Life
BLACK RAIN: Lay Your World on Me, Countdowns Begun, and Trap Door
613  Forum / Ozzy / What do you want to see Ozzy play at Ozzfest? on: January 07, 2010, 07:27:38 pm
BLIZZARD OF OZZ:Goodbye to Romance
DIARY OF A MADMAN: You Can't Kill Rock and Roll, Flying High Again, Believer, and Over the Mountain.
BARK AT THE MOON: Spiders in the Night is an awesome song...but so is Bark at the Moon, and Slow Down.
ULTIMATE SIN: Shot in the Dark
NO REST FOR THE WICKED: Breakin' All the Rules, Fire in the Sky, Demon Alcohol, Hero, and The Liar
NO MORE TEARS: Hellraiser, Road to Nowhere, Time after Time, and Desire.
OZZMOSIS: Tomorrow, Thunder Underground, See You on the Other Side, Ghost Behind My Eyes
DOWN TO EARTH: Running Out of Time, Junkie, Black Illusion, and Can You Hear Them
UNDER COVER: Rocky Mountain Way or In My Life
BLACK RAIN: Lay Your World on Me, Countdowns Begun, and Trap Door
SOUL SUCKA: anything!!!!! just release it already!!!!!!!

::smile::laugh::finger::surprise::sinister::looking::animatedlaugh::stare::pouting::c_stare::animatedsmile::confused
614  Forum / General Discussions / im curious about something on: January 07, 2010, 07:16:17 pm
so, when you're not do you fuck men? what's your point.
615  Forum / General Discussions / OZZFEST 2010 on: January 07, 2010, 05:59:42 pm
AICs new CD Black gives way to Blue is all right. I've seen William Duvall in concert, he did very well covering Layne's vocal parts. What is apparent is that Jerry Cantrel did not leave him much room for showing his stuff on this new CD. Very small inputs from him ... like 85% of what he did was just harmonies which is disappointing. He's talented. And no, it's not the same without Layne, the guy was phenomenal and I loved him too. But I also love seeing Jerry and Mike and Sean continue on, you know? With their signature name. It's not a big deal for me I guess.

Anyways...I would like to see Metallica again. Godsmack for sure. I'd like to see some European bands too - the world is music's playground now and there are so many really cool bands. I'd love to see Metallica, System of a Down, Alice in Chains, Godsmack, Black Label Society, Creed, 311, Three Days Grace, Nickelback, Michael Franti & Spearhead, and Daft Punk, they are incredible in concert. I wish we could see some other kinds of European metal genre's like Liturgy of Decay, Whisper, Heol Telwen, Reverence, RosaCrux, Obszon Geschopf. And for good measure, Deathriders, Year of the Moth, and Impellitteri too.

Why NOT some genre's other than Metal...I realize historically Ozzfest = metal, but to some degree I think it would be cool to hear other stuff like Michael Franti & 311. NO EMO ALLOWED. NO FUCKING DUMBASS BANDS. But class acts? Why not?
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